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Curriculum Goals

St. Vincent Elementary School has three types of written goals. There are 12 overall goals for the whole school that serve as our foundation. Each subject area has a set of goals. Each grade has grade level objectives (reflected on the web page "Curriculum Objectives") that form the framework for student learning in each subject area. 

School-Wide Curriculum Goals 

  • Students will share their faith through service to others.
  • Students will use technology to access, process, and communicate information.
  • Students will participate in their own learning.
  • Students will show appreciation for diversity.
  • Students will show respect for God and all His creation.
  • Students will show respect for one another.
  • Students will demonstrate skills which enable them to be lifelong learners.
  • Students will effectively communicate in oral and written form.
  • Students will actively participate in the life of the Catholic Church.
  • Students will recognize, evaluate and solve problems.
  • Students will demonstrate skills and show appreciation for the fine arts.
  • Students will demonstrate the ability to make wise choices concerning health and fitness.

Subject Area Goals

Religion Subject Area Goals

  • Students will demonstrate knowledge of the beliefs of the Catholic Church as described in  the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
  •  Students will demonstrate a knowledge of and participate in the Liturgy and Sacraments of   the Catholic Church as described the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
  •  Students will live out their faith using the guidelines of morality described in the    
    Catechism 
    of the Catholic Church.
  •  Students will demonstrate knowledge of and participate in Catholic prayer as described in the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
  •  Students will demonstrate knowledge of and appreciation for St. Vincent de Paul and his life of prayer and service for God.

Language Arts Subject Area Goals

  • Students will use decoding and phonics skills to read.
  • Students will read and demonstrate an understanding of vocabulary words.
  • Students will demonstrate comprehension of reading materials.
  •  Students will explore various examples of literature.
  •  Students will demonstrate an ability to write in manuscript and cursive.
  •  Students will accurately spell words.
  •  Students will demonstrate correct grammar in written and oral communication.
  •  Students will communicate ideas through written forms of communication.
  •  Students will communicate ideas through oral forms of communication.
  •  Students will explore study skills to assist in the use of written and oral language.

Math Subject Area Goals

  • Students will demonstrate number sense in order to compute, compare, estimate, recognize patterns and solve problems.
  •  Students will analyze characteristics of geometric shapes.
  •  Students will use tools and formulas to determine measurements.
  •  Students will represent and analyze mathematical relationships using algebraic symbols and functions.
  •  Students will collect and use data to answer questions.

Social Studies Subject Area Goals

  • Students will use maps to demonstrate geographic skills.
  •  Students will demonstrate knowledge of Missouri, American, and World History.
  • Students will demonstrate knowledge of the United States Government.
  •  Students will analyze community features and relationships.
  •  Students will examine other cultures.
  •  Students will use reference materials to obtain and analyze information.

Science Subject Area Goals

  • Students will use scientific inquiry to analyze various scientific principles.
  •  Students will demonstrate an understanding of physical science.
  •  Students will demonstrate an understanding of life science.
  •  Students will demonstrate an understanding of earth and space science.
  •  Students will implement technology in the scientific field of study.
  •  Students will accurately collect, record and interpret data.
  •  Students will recognize and utilize the personal, social and environmental perspectives of science.
  •  Students will explore the human and historical aspects of scientific endeavors.

Art Subject Area Goals

  • Students will utilize appropriate skills and techniques in the use of various media.
  •  Students will use art to communicate ideas.
  •  Students will create art projects incorporating appropriate techniques, skills and creativity.
  •  Students will use visual art to express themselves.
  •  Students will incorporate visual art into other subject areas.

Music Subject Area Goals

  • Students will identify musical instruments.
  •  Students will read and perform musical notation.
  •  Students will perform various vocal music.
  •  Students will perform using classroom instruments.
  •  Students will incorporate music into other subject areas.
  •  Students will identify periods of musical history, styles of music, music from other cultures and uses for music.

Physical Education Subject Area Goals

  • Students will develop good motor skill patterns by exploring basic movement skills.
  •  Students will demonstrate competence and safety in a variety of fundamental skills and activities in groups or with a partner.
  •  Students will perform selected locomotion, non-locomotion, and manipulative skills.
  •  Students will develop concepts, rules and basic strategies of games and physical activities.
  •  Students will develop fundamental skills that will allow them to participate in games and physical activities.
  •  Students will demonstrate competence in rhythm activities.
  •  Students will describe the relationship of proper nutrition, exercise and health care.

Technology Subject Area Goals

  • Students will use technology to research various topics.
  •  Students will develop keyboarding skills using proper finger position.
  •  Students will use various software programs to practice skills from other subject areas.
  •  Students will use word processing and power point programs to communicate ideas.
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CANCELLED EVENTS

With the mandated school closure, there will be numerous school events cancelled.

CANCELLED EVENTS

With the mandated school closure, there will be numerous school events cancelled.

  • SCHOOL


  • Public Masses


  • SPORTS
    There will be no sports practices, school/sport activities, games, etc after Tuesday, March 17 @ 6:00 p.m. until further notice. This includes any open gyms, no weight lifting, no USAV activity at school, etc. The gym will be closed.
  • PTO FISH FRYS
  • PSR
    Classes are scheduled to resume on April 29, 2020. Homework drop-off is scheduled for Wednesday, April 1, 2020. There will be a box for drop-offs in front of the Parish office. All new homework will be emailed to families. 
  • DISTRICT CHOIR FESTIVAL @ RIVER CAMPUS
  • GLOW BINGO
  • LUKE 18 RETREAT
  • NHS EASTER EGG HUNT
  • PROM 
  • MAY PROCESSION
  • VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
    A decision will be made by May 1,2020 if we will be having Vacation Bible School this year. If cancelled, any registration money already turned in will be refunded.
Park-et Fish Dry THIS Friday - April 3
This generous community we live in never ceases to amaze us!

Park-et Restaurant will be donating a portion of proceeds from this Friday...Read More

Park-et Fish Dry THIS Friday - April 3

This generous community we live in never ceases to amaze us!

Park-et Restaurant will be donating a portion of proceeds from this Friday’s catfish meal to St. Vincent Schools! We appreciate their continued support of SV Schools!

Please see the below message from Park-et:

This Friday we will have our catfish meal again with part of the proceeds going to ST Vincent of Perryville. I will be taking preorders again on Thursday from 1-5. You may call 573-547-4147 or
573-768-1484

Please don’t leave a message on either of these numbers. You may text on the 2nd number on Thursday. Thank you for your support!!
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